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falling today. the stock has been down because of slow growth in customer sales. steven anderson in a restaurant ann list. he has a buy rating of o $335 price target. jeffrey joins us with the neutral waiting on the stock. steven, let me kick off with you. it is $100 higher than right now, that's 40%. that's a very bold call to maintain after what they told us, isn't it? >> certainly days of 40 multiples are not over. we think chipotle is making market share gains. and we think it was a bit conservative. >> how can they raise prices? how can they possibly raise prices, steven, when taco bell is already there with a lower price men you and potentially eating their lunch if you like. >> we disagree with that. it really did not change. so when taco pell introduced their new menu -- >> they have not raised prices yet. >> no they have not. >> so how can they raise prices and maintain their competition with tack toe bell. >> it's a different product. taco bell is coming from the same kitchen and condiments, chipotle offers a different product that is a different customer experience. >>
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, first on c 234rks bc, joined by two great friends of the network, joe greg and steven ratner, it's like the oscars for business executives. who are you wearing today is the big question? here's the front of the journal, ceos call for deficit action and senator, you're wading somewhat into the thicket of taxes which not everybody has done. what's the take? >> the take is there a genuine movement among ceos and people who are concerned about our future to get our debt under control and it requires a comprehensive settlement by definition means you got to look at both sides of the ledger. if you take simpson bowles came out of deficit and spending reduction, 35% came out of a tax reform regimen. you got to get the debt downer or we can't get our guarantee of prosperity. you're looking at very significant retardation of our economy. >> some of the reaction is there's no specific policy instruction gsz on this, it's kind of like you guy goes fix it. you don't give in to the top 2% of income earners. how you. >> we want to just be not only bipartisan but nonpartisan, secondly we have very cle
to get some of these but don't win a lot of awards for innovation. steven who runs the windows 18 will introduce a lot of pretty interesting things and a lot more than windows 8 we'll like about this operating system. when you combine it with the new version of office you'll have skype built right into office for video conferencing and not like we need to see each other when we talk but i miepts want to share a document we're working on collaboratively as a group. there's the cloud built in with skype and this collaboration technology. i think they're licensing from facebook on maybe from their yammer acquisition so i think there's a new replatforming going on that will deliver for functionality that surfaces over the next 6 to 12 months and once we stop being blinded, we start to say, yeah, but this is actually kind of interesting on the enterprise side of prosumers. >> always good to see you. we will see you back on friday with microsoft's earnings release. >> when we come back, sticking with tech, take a look at this list we put together of the mp3 graveward, two of the model d
. it's a implogloria swanson thin. this could be sunset seattle boulevard. >> steven desmond, is that what you're saying? >> oh, yes, i like that. look, i think it's exciting product but at the same time, -- look, i had a total shutdown of my hewlett-packard this weekend, bug got in it, total freeze. immediately i call all the i.t. guys i know and they say, if you used apple, if you used apple. i want to know -- the start button, i mean, i need a button that says, we're way better than apple. >> apple doesn't have a start button. >> right. and he hated that. remember, he hated that. >> the street today reviews the google laptop in saying it's built by -- chrome, built by samsung, a.r.m. technology, as quiet as a smartphone or attack let, no fan pushing out hot air, and they say apple and microsoft have reason to worry. >> one reason that drew me to the mac book air, it was light, didn't emit a lot of heat but it's so expensive. it's an expensive investment. if google can come in and undercut the user for that -- >> yeah. >> overseas, google's got a lot more momentum. samsung
is going to be a bigger draw, but the fans are primarily after the mini today. >> steven nicholas took a look at the website today and said they've marginally raised their prices on the 2 and the 3. does that mean the mini comes in where some expect? >> i think it will come in above where the analysts are expecting. we're putting it around $329, give or take. i think most people expect it to be below $300. but that's an apple product. that's a higher quality product with a full ecosystem. >> you say that means perhaps they do not have to skimp on specs. what are the bells and whistles? >> i think everyone is expecting a better camera than what you'd find on a nexus 7 or a kindle. maybe a 5 mega pixel back camera, whereas the base competitors don't even have a back camera. the processor will obviously be very fast to make sure you can -- the interface is smooth. so across the board, it's going to be a high quality product, just as you would expect from apple. >> finally, you heard some of the i-macs that are potentially going to be presented today, but it may be a game time decision. >>
policy even before the chairman's term is up. economist steven stanley saying the fed chairman could resist triggering an ugly standoff. it seems doubtful that bernanke would risk the ire of congress and administration that can alter the fed's institution structure at any time. the next president will have the ability to appoint the fed chairman, vice chairman, one board member through 2014. another board member's term is up in 2016. simon? >> that's a standoff that congress could reign the fed back in. this doubling down is -- you know, the independence of the fed is not necessarily guaranteed as it has been. >> i think that's right. on one hand, bernanke would resist the pressure from the administration and congress to assert fed independence. he would need to resist it up to a point where congress and administration could potentially depends again on how the congressional elections go and how big a republican majority there is there and how much of a tea party presence there is. they could ultimately change the fed starting. >> and dependent upon whether they have outcome based gu
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